Learn about IEPs' legal framework, specialized terminology and how to interpret these assignments remotely. Register by March 24th and save $30!
If you interpret in U.S. schools, you know that Individual Education Plans (IEPs) are long, legal documents. IEPs help ensure that children with disabilities receive the kinds of instruction and services they need.
But IEP documents are complex. They’re filled with legal terms. How do you interpret them accurately? Attend this workshop to find out!
The ABCs of IEPs will give you a firm grounding in relevant federal laws. It will outline the sections and types of information in a typical IEP document. It will guide you in how to prepare for IEP meetings and give you resources for your personal glossary creation.
You will also learn to intervene when necessary (for example, to request clarification), get practice sight translating IEPs and assess the pros and cons of selecting modes in IEP meetings. Finally, you will tackle how to interpret IEPs remotely.
Holly Silvestri is an expert interpreter with a law degree, a former longtime teacher in K-12 schools and a professor of interpreting at the University of Arizona.
Feedback from our participants:
"I thought the instructor was great, very knowledgeable, approachable. The session was interesting and informative."
"Overall, I found the workshop extremely helpful, notably because of the lens Ms. Silvestri brings from her legal training."
"This was one the best IEP trainings I've ever had so far. Thank you!"
Instructor: Holly Silvestri, JD, PhD
Class Schedule: April 21, 2023 (Friday)
Timetable: 12:00-5:00 p.m. ET (9:00 a.m.-2:00p.m. PT) with a break from 2:00-3:00 p.m. ET (11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. PT)
By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
*Recommended but not required
This course is limited to 20 participants. Once the course has reached capacity, those interested will be added to a waitlist in the order in which their inquiry is received.
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